Introduction

MTAR Technologies started as a partnership firm in 1970 and was incorporated as a private limited company in 1999 by Late P. Ravindra Reddy, Sri K. Satyanarayana Reddy, and Sri P. Jayaprakash Reddy. The company has eight manufacturing units in Hyderabad and falls under the Precision engineering industry. Precision engineering is a sub-discipline of engineering and is concerned with manufacturing and assembling items that have an exceptionally low tolerance and are required to perform consistently over longer repeat cycles. Precision engineering products have tolerance in the range of less than 10 microns. That means the component has to be very…


Did you think it’s a food blog??

Here pizza is referred to as a company and slice mean its shares. In this article, we will see what are the different ways a company can offer its shares to prospective investors.

There are four ways to offer shares to the public:-

  • Initial public offer
  • Dutch auction.
  • Direct public offer (Also, known as direct listing).
  • Special purpose acquisition company (SPAC).

Let's get started!!

Dutch Auction

This method is not in trend these days. But it gained a lot of traction during the dot-com bubble financial crisis.

Here it is the buyers, not investment banks…


In the first part of this article, I covered the following segments —

  • What is the business of GameStop and a brief peek into its financials?
  • Events that lead to the price increase of GME stock from $17 per share to $483 per share within 2–3 days.
  • Actions taken by different stakeholders.

In this part, we will discuss the following points —

  • The reason behind such a rally.
  • Are there any ways to prevent such events in the future?
  • Can this happen in the Indian stock market?

Let’s start!

The stock price of GameStop, Blackberry, and many others, sky-rocketed due to the…


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These terms were coined by financial media in order to differentiate investors in the market on the basis of access to information and the ability to act on it. It has nothing to do with intelligence.

Smart money” refers to large hedge funds, institutional investors, or mutual fund companies, whereas “Dumb money” refers to the average investor or retail/individual investor.

Generally, in the market, we have seen that “dumb money” follows “smart money”. But this time it was different. A group of retail investors gathered on the Reddit platform to beat the big players in their own game.

Maybe you…


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Every household in India might have heard of the brand “Pigeon”. It’s one of the famous brands in the kitchen appliance industry.

Pigeon’s products are manufactured by Stovekraft. It was set up in 1999 by Rajendra Gandhi who dared to dream big. Stove Kraft operates two manufacturing plants — one in Baddi, Himachal Pradesh, and the other in Bangalore.

Stove Kraft Ltd. has launched its initial public offering on January 25, 2021. The last date to apply for an IPO is January 28, 2021.

The price band has been fixed at Rs 384–385 per share with a face value of…


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Before making a decision on whether to invest in Indigo Paints IPO, let’s take a step back and understand why should we invest in the paint industry.

  • India’s per capita paint consumption has increased by a CAGR of 6.8% in the last seven years from 2.6 kg in Fiscal 2012 to 4.1 kg in Fiscal 2019. Currently, the global average consumption of paint is approximately 14 kg to 15 kg per capita leading by the USA, Singapore, and Canada. …


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Facts about DoorDash IPO:

  • DoorDash is going public on 8th Dec’20 with a deal size of $2640 million.
  • The price per share ranges from $90 to $95.
  • The leading underwriters of the IPO are Goldman Sach and JP Morgan.
  • It will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and trade under the ticker “DASH”.
  • It’s founded in 2013 by Stanford graduates named Tony Xu, Andy Fang, Evan Moore, Stanley Tang.
  • DoorDash also hires its own drivers who are popularly known as Dashers.
  • DoorDash has been connected to more than 390,000 merchants,18 million consumers,1 million Dashers across the United States, Canada, and Australia…

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IPO is divided into three words.

  • Initial- It means for the first time.
  • Public- It includes retail investors, institutional investors, and other corporations.
  • Offering- Wants to share the part of their profit.

All together, IPO means a company is going to offer its shares for sale to the public for the first time. Through buying the company’s shares you can become the owner and can get a piece of profit cake.

The first modern IPO was offered to the public by a company named Dutch East India Company in March 1602. …


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Covid-19 startled the world with its ferocity, spreading viral contagion and economic chaos at an accelerating pace. Measures taken by countries all over the world to control COVID have resulted in various economic consequences. Even one of the world’s strongest economy i.e. the USA couldn’t survive the tide of the pandemic. On 8th June, The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) declared that in February the US economy went into recession. This marks the first U.S. recession since the Great Recession, which began in December 2007 and lasted until June 2009. Soon central bank and government all over the world…


This year, in the Indian equity market, we are experiencing a delisting bandwagon — one after another company is getting delisted from the stock exchange. Early this year, Hindustan Dorr — Oliver and Entegra got delisted and now, it looks like many big companies are also joining the club. In May, Vedanta announced to delist the company’s shares from the stock exchange, and now it’s Adani Power and Hexaware Technologies. In India, the process of delisting of securities for any company is governed by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

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Share delisting is the removal of a listed…

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